By the end of this month we will have left what Matthew Parris recently described in his Times column as “one of modern history’s great and noble experiments in bringing nations together.”
This despite the fact that the majority who wanted to leave the EU on one day in June 2016 has long since disappeared like the morning mist.
So the question becomes “What do we do now?”
Do we accept the fact that our engagement with that noble experiment is now over, or do we fight and campaign to ensure that it returns? If it is to be the latter, how are we to fight, how are we to campaign? What time limits and deadlines should we be setting ourselves?
These are not rhetorical questions. As we move into the next stage of our country’s history, we in the European Movement want to be in the vanguard. And for that to happen, we want to hear your views on what happens now.
Remember, we are the gatekeepers of what we create.
The ascendancy of narrow nationalism driving our politics is not inevitable. We can bring it to an end – if we want to. Please, join the conversation below and let us know where you believe we should go from here.